Facial Fillers – Lines Beneath the Mouth (Marionette lines) With Filler


If you’d like to restore youthful fullness to your face, enjoy plump lips, enhance shallow contours or soften those facial creases and wrinkles, dermal fillers may be the answer. Dermal fillers have been called “liquid facelifts” because they offer many of the benefits of a surgical facelift without the downtime.
Although they can’t help with excess sagging skin, these soft tissue fillers can add more volume and provide immediate results at a lower cost than surgery. These treatment aren’t permanent, however, and they must be repeated and maintained.
Some dermal fillers are used in conjunction with other skin rejuvenation treatments such as injections of botulinum toxin. Your plastic surgeon will assess your needs and recommend one or a combination of treatments to achieve your desired results.
Here at our Clinic Tracey Demonstrates the use of Injectable Fillers and explains how they would be used correctly.

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4 thoughts on “Facial Fillers – Lines Beneath the Mouth (Marionette lines) With Filler

  1. Doctor – I heard you mention botox, but why don't you discuss weakening the DAO with botox? Also, your filler seems to be almost depot shots versus a fanning or crosshatching technique. What product are you using?

  2. Hi In this case the patient did not want bottom… simply a filler.
    The muscle injected is often injected with bottom and is a great treatment to combine with a filler. In this case the fanning technique is used to lift and ad volume to the wrinkle or depression. Take a look at our various other videos for differing products and techniques. this product is called SUCEEV and is a hyaluronic acid filler.

  3. @PuganPoo This treatment takes about 15-30 minutes. Depending on the patient's pain threshold we can either numb the skin with a topical cream or numb the area completely with a local anaesthetic block, similar to those given by your dentist, therefore the patient experiences a completely pain free and relaxing treatment.

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